Leprosy Staging Comeback In Myanmar

Since meeting an interim target on leprosy in 2003, elimination efforts in Myanmar have taken a back seat to other infectious diseases.

Improving The Practice Of Intellectual Property Law

SMU Professor David Llewelyn contributes to the development of intellectual property law and practices around the world, and advises businesses on how to protect and commercialise their ideas in a competitive global market.

Getting To Eureka

While it is logical to expect happy people to be more creative, SMU Assistant Professor Ronald Bledow’s research suggests that negative emotions may lead to particularly high levels of creativity.

Keeping Data Safe From Prying Eyes

An expert in information security research, SMU Professor Robert Deng is constantly trying to beat hackers at their own game.

Solving Global Issues Takes Teamwork

Professor Ann Florini from the SMU School of Social Sciences believes that a new approach is needed to solve the world's problems, one that is based on collaboration between governments, businesses and civil societies.

Health Check: Should You Go For One?

Some companies may require employees to go for annual health checks, but is this practice justified? Professor Chris Del Mar discusses.

Asia-Pacific Nations Prodded On Hepatitis Action Plans

Experts say that the Asia-Pacific region needs more cross-sector partnerships and funding to tackle viral hepatitis.

More Asian Women Find Success In Science

Recognizing the existing gender disparities, governments across Asia have taken measures to encourage more women to join and stay in science and technology fields.

Closing The Gap Between Science And Business

Professor Merlin Crossley from the University of New South Wales talks about three developments that have nudged science and industry closer together.